Multilingual Filtering with MS Access

Multilingual Filtering with MS Access

I want to take you through the process I use to turn simple ideas into market-ready products. As an MS Access programmer, I often find myself Creating code in response to questions on forums. These answers are usually tailored to the question, which means the Code might need a bit of tweaking to work elsewhere. I refine these specific solutions into generic products that anyone can plug into their database and use.

In this blog, I’ll dive into how I created a product that lets you filter MS Access data.

The Art of Filtering in MS Access

The Art of Filtering in MS Access

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The filtering capabilities in MS Access are somewhat similar to filtering in Excel. For this example, let’s Look at the Northwind database, focusing on the products table. The original question came from someone who speaks Spanish, so you’ll notice it’s partly bilingual — an Interesting happenstance that allows for the introduction of what I believe is a unique technique for multi-language support without altering the underlying code.

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